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With every NHS crisis the unthinkable becomes thinkable

Developing university science education for the 21st century

Training the next generation of technology leaders

Warm welcome for the first Global Chair

Professor Chung-In Moon was welcomed to the University as the first Global Chair of the year

Children’s workshops at The Edge this Saturday

Geordie Shore's ‘excessive alcohol content’

Our Dept. for Health analysed season 11 and found young people exposed to excessive alcohol content

PhD student awarded fellowship for stroke prevention

Anneka Mitchell was granted £180,000 to fund her research on the effectiveness of anticoagulants, commonly known as blood thinners.

Santander Technology Fund announces first funding awards

Apply for an Alumni Fund Grant

There’s still time to apply for an Alumni Fund Grant, the deadline for applications is Thursday 25 January

IT maintenance affects pure and network in 1 West 23 Jan

Pure will be unavailable due to maintenance. Improvement work affects the network in 1 West (levels 1-4)

Young viewers exposed to ‘excessive alcohol content’ in Geordie Shore

New research from our Department for Health analysed season 11 of Geordie Shore and found excessive alcohol content throughout.

University Staff Spotlight on... Alex Ball

This week's Staff Spotlight is on Alex Ball who talks singing, inventing and world-building

Add data to Researchfish using Pure

Children’s workshops at The Edge this Saturday

How ‘gut instinct’ trumps ‘evidence’ when voters go to the polls

A new economics study has looked at how people use different types of information when it comes to making voting decisions.

Just a small piece of paper can make water consumption safer

A revolutionary microbial-based paper sensor has been developed by researchers at the University of Bath, creating a cheap, sustainable and recyclable device for detecting toxic compounds in water.

University-educated and men from the South are most likely to consider becoming an MP

A new PoLIS study published today highlights what drives political ambition in prospective MPs and councillors.

Plastic microbead ban: What impact will it have?

Keith's Blog: Making a Maker Club

Brad Millington: A brief history of fitness technology

Bath appoints Programme Director to drive forward automotive research Institute

Gavin Edwards has been appointed as Programme Director of the University of Bath’s Institute for Advanced Automotive Propulsion Systems (IAAPS).

February course dates available (Staff Development)

Embracing a creative approach

Jamie Eastman explains how The Edge arts centre has become a hub of innovation for scientists and engineers, as well as artists

Prof Sankaran writes BBC Radio 4 Puzzle for Today

University appoints IAAPS lead

Gavin Edwards starts as Programme Director and will oversee the Institute for Advanced Automotive Propulsion Systems

ahs awarded IIP Gold accreditation

ahs is one of only two hospitality departments in the UK to be awarded Gold by Investors In People

Questioning AI: what kind of intelligence will we create?

Choosing a school for your child

Dr Ceri Brown looks at five things you should think about when choosing a school for your child

@Home with Research Impact and the NIHR

University Staff Spotlight on... Dr Kit Yates

This week's Staff Spotlight is on Dr Kit Yates who talks barbershops, bees and the student experience

Inspirational teachers recognised

Four teachers have been recognised for the role they played in helping students reach University

Dr Kit Yates writes BBC Radio 4's Puzzle for Today

Chancellor's Prize now open to all undergraduates

Transparency challenges in Polish healthcare

New studies reveal how Big Pharma plays the system to secure lucrative funding deals in Central Europe

New studies reveal challenges to transparency in healthcare in Central Europe

Despite progress in some areas, transparency issues remain in Polish healthcare according to new research from our Department of Social & Policy Sciences.

Vice-Chancellor’s retirement arrangements

Message from Richard Brooks, Director of HR

Embedding employability skills into the curriculum

How to get the best out of exercise

Climate change and sustainable lifestyles

Prof. Ricardo García-Mira outlines how we can transition our lives towards sustainability in this IPR blog

Polden development update

Evolution acceptance in children

Acceptance of evolution in UK children is linked to their scientific aptitude rather than conflicts with beliefs

Evolution acceptance in children linked to aptitude, not belief

In contrast to adults, acceptance of evolution in schoolchildren in the UK is linked to their scientific aptitude rather than conflicts with belief systems, say scientists at our Milner Centre for Evolution.

Campus and city learning commons

There are a number of places on campus and in the city for students to prepare for exams

Why so few tennis players make it

Dr Kerry Papps from the Dept. of Economics looks at why so few tennis 'make it' when so many go pro

Our new Assistive Technology room is open

Feeling Sounds, Hearing Sights

The Milner Centre for Evolution project update

Analysis from Piotr Ozieranski on CCG drug company deals

Booking open for Spring Arts Excellence Showcase ‘Platform’

Rise in perfectionism in young people

Growing competition for university and jobs has contributed to higher levels of perfectionism

Unreasonable demands lead to substantial rise in perfectionism among young people

Perfectinist tendencies are growing in young people, according to a new study published today from our Department for Health.

'Gut instinct’ trumps ‘evidence’ when voting

A new economics study has looked at how people use different types of information when it comes to making voting decisions.